Browsing School of Mathematics, Statistics and Applied Mathematics by Author "Hinde, John"
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Analysis of an Observational Studies  An Example Using Data from the Irish Cancer Registry
Dooley, Cara; Hinde, John (2011)The study presented below aimed to compare survival of colorectal cancer patients against survival of a subpopulation with a secondary disease, in ammatory bowel disease (IBD). The data were taken from a observational ... 
Analysis of an Observational Study
Dooley, Cara; Hinde, John (2011)The study presented below aimed to compare survival of colorectal cancer patients against survival of a subpopulation with a secondary disease, in ammatory bowel disease (IBD). The data were taken from a observational ... 
Analyzing timecourse microarray data using functional data analysis  a review
Coffey, Norma; Hinde, John (Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, 201105)Gene expression over time can be viewed as a continuous process and therefore represented as a continuous curve or function. Functional data analysis (FDA) is a statistical methodology used to analyze functional data ... 
Bioassay models with natural mortality and random effects
Hinde, John (2011)In fitting doseresponse models to entomological data it is often necessary to take account of natural mortality and/or overdispersion. The standard approach to handle natural mortality is to use Abbott¿s formula. Standard ... 
Bioassays with natural mortality: handling overdispersion using random effects
Hinde, John (2011)In fitting doseresponse models to entomological data it is often necessary to take account of natural mortality and/or overdispersion. The standard approach to handle natural mortality is to use Abbott's formula (Abbott, ... 
Estimating average attributable fractions with confidence intervals for cohort and case control studies
Ferguson, John; AlvarezIglesias, Alberto; Newell, John; Hinde, John; O’Donnell, Martin (SAGE Publications, 20160624)Chronic diseases tend to depend on a large number of risk factors, both environmental and genetic. Average attributable fractions were introduced by Eide and Gefeller as a way of partitioning overall disease burden into ... 
A random effects continuationratio model for replicated toxicological data
Martinez, MarieJose; Hinde, John (2011) 
Teaching Styles Revisited  Teaching Statistical Modelling in R
Hinde, John (2011)